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The introduction of a new framework by the Institute of Internal Auditors has extended the role of internal auditors to include the monitoring function of risk management.This research examines the mediating effect of role ambiguity on the relationship between individual and organizational factors and performance of internal auditors in risk management functions using role theory as the theoretical basis. Data for the study are obtained through questionnaire survey administered on internal auditors from companies listed on Bursa Malaysia. Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) is used for analysis. The results suggest that role ambiguity is a strong mediator for the relationship between individual and organizational factors and performance of risk management function. In addition the study finds significant negative relationship between competency, autonomy, mechanistic organizational structure and in-house auditing with role ambiguity. Further, a significant negative relationship is found between role ambiguity and performance of risk management function.This study also adds evidence to support the application of role theory in a professional role.
This book examines the relationship among Global Islamic Index, Regional Islamic Index, Macroeconomics Variables and Indonesia Islamic Index. The global islamic index is Dow Jones Islamic Market Index. The Regional Islamic Index is FTSE Bursa Malaysia Hijrah Shariah Index. The macroeconomics variables such as exchange rate, consumer price index, money supply and Bank Indonesia interest rate. The Indonesia Islamic Index is Jakarta Islamic Index. A cointegration test is used to find the long-run relationship among these variables, furthemore Vector Error Correction Model (VECM) were used to find any short-run relationship among these variables.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. YTL Corporation Berhad is one of Malaysia''s largest conglomerates, and is headed by Tan Sri Dato'' Seri (Dr) Francis Yeoh Sock Ping. The group was founded by Francis Yeoh''s father, Tan Sri Dato'' Seri (Dr.) Yeoh Tiong Lay, after whom the group is named. Today, YTL Corp is one of Bursa Malaysia''s largest companies and together with its five listed subsidiaries has a combined Market Capitalisation of about RM30.65 billion (US 8.64 billion ). The company has also been listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange since 1996, being the first Asian non-Japanese company to be listed there. Amongst the group''s key businesses are utilities, operating and maintenance (O&M) activities, high speed rail, cement manufacturing, construction contracting, property development, hotels & resorts, technology incubation, real estate investment trust (REIT), and carbon consulting. YTL serves more than 10 million customers in over three continents.
This book presents three related empirical studies on the performance and the long and short run dynamics between screened investment represented by Kuala Lumpur Syariah index (KLSI) and non-screened investment represented by Kuala Lumpur Composite index (KLCI) in Bursa Malaysia. The KLCI contains the largest 100 companies in Malaysia. This index facilitates as a barometer of the Malaysian economy while, the KLSI is the first Islamically compliant index in Bursa Malaysia. KLSI represents companies abiding to Islamic laws of transactions, which is determined by the scholars in the Syariah supervisory board employed by Bursa Malaysia. The KLCI represents the non-screened, which started with 400 companies in 1999 and reached 900 by 2007, common shares while KLSI represents the screened common shares in Bursa Malaysia.